Ambulatory Care Technician, Certified - Liver Transplant

Job Locations US-NJ-Newark
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Regular Full-Time
Salary Range
New Rates Pending


The primary purpose of the Ambulatory Care Technician Certified position is to support the patient and the provider throughout the ambulatory care patient visit from registration through discharge and follow up.  The Ambulatory Care Technician Certified structures the patient flow for the physicians in the examination and treatment of patients.  As directed by a Physician and University Hospital policy, the Ambulatory Care Technician Certified administers intramuscular and subcutaneous injections which may be delegated under State regulations.  Support all front end and clinical office procedures.


Graduation from of a post-secondary medical assisting education program accredited by The Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education (CAAHEP) as recognized by the U.S. Department of Education required or applicants may be licensed in the State of New Jersey in another classification, such as LPN, permitted by regulations to give intramuscular and subcutaneous injections or a third-year nursing student.  Must have attained a satisfactory level of comprehension and experience in the administration of intramuscular and subcutaneous techniques.  Must complete and pass annual review of medication administration, including classroom curriculum, hands on participation and successful passing (80 or higher) of post-test.  At least one (1) year of related experience in a medical office setting preferred.  Must be computer proficient.  Bilingual (Spanish, Portuguese, or French) preferred.  Experience in an Ambulatory Care service/outpatient care setting preferred.  Candidate to be knowledgeable in Managed Care and Health Insurance in the State of New Jersey a plus.


For OB/GYN experience in a women’s health clinical practice preferred.


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